noise=noise @ Institute of Contemporary Arts

14/07/2012 19:00
14/07/2012 23:00


| derelict electronics | cathode ray divination | chemical computing | run-away feedback | sensory confrontation | opening flicker portals in optic nerve fibres |

live performances:

Saturday 14th July 2012
Institute of Contemporary Arts
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
£5 / Free to ICA Members

A late night performance by Noise=Noise programmed by the ICA Student Forum. Noise=Noise is a noise research laboratory and live performance platform established in 2006 aiming to develop a platform and network of artists, programmers, and researchers working in the areas of noise, experimental, exploratory, and outsider arts. This event is initiated by Student Forum member Jake Meyers-Belkin.

artists info:

Martin Howse
Programmer, writer, performer and explorer Martin Howse founded the ap project in 1998 to implement a truly artistic operating system (OS) in its most expanded sense. ap projects have included the ap02 distributed code-creation software developed in collaboration with _v2_labs, Rotterdam and an environmental computational work, entitled ap0201 installed deep within the Mojave desert which received first prize within the Art & Artificial Life competition VIDA 8.0, 2005. In 2005 ap were responsible for the crash seminar and performances in London (ICA and Shoreditch Town Hall). In 2006 Martin Howse co-founded xxxxx, organising one large-scale conference and concert series in London (xxxxx) and publishing the acclaimed xxxxx [reader]. From 2007 to 2009 he has hosted a regular workshop, micro-residency and salon series in Berlin, most recently under the banner of micro-research.

Lijs Huyck
Through visceral agitations and sensory confrontations we bring forth the irrational other within and test the limits of embodied experience in communication with the unknown.

Ryan Jordan
Ryan Jordan is a UK based electronic artist working with self made instruments and tools for live performance focusing on the physical and material nature of experience. He has performed and presented his work internationally in a wide range of venues from art and academic institutions to derelict warehouses and squats.
He runs noise=noise; a noise research laboratory and live performance platform.

Philip Julian
Philip Julian has been an active part of the experimental music underground since the late 1990’s recording numerous works under the name Cheapmachines and under his own name since 2008 in various collaborative and solo performances.
He currently lives and works in London, England.
Studio recordings and live performances within Europe and North America have focused on the use of analogue electronics (particularly analogue synthesizer, feedback, contact microphones, objects and surfaces) and computer based works.
Audio works by Julian have been published on labels including Entr’acte, Banned Production, Harbinger Sound, Staalplaat (Open Circuit imprint), con-v, Anarchymoon, Second Layer, Beartown Records, Homophoni, Zeromoon, Twenty Hertz and Desetxea as well as numerous compilation appearances.
He also runs the Authorised Version label.

Jonathan Kemp
Jonathan Kemp has a long history of speculative and situational life coding events elaborated as active makings-in-the-world. Project collaborations include material processing performances, environmental installations, speculative symposia, and social software events executed throughout Europe and the US. Current projects and performances are informed by an interest in code-brut reconfigurations of computations material substrates.


ICA Gallery
The Mall
London SW1Y 5AH
United Kingdom
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